Your Medical Cabinets can add plenty of valuable storage where it’s needed the most and where you feel it to be most convenient to place – most people put it in their bathrooms. These Medical Cabinets can embrace a great many stuff tidily arranged and comes very handy.
If you are thinking of replacing your existing Medical Cabinets, it is wise to review all the options because a lot of new features are now available at your favorite stores.
The first thing to settle on is how big or small a medicine cabinet you want and whether it will suit in the space you have. You may also put into account the lighting as you plan your area. If you are planning on putting your lights next to the cabinet, for example wall sconces, you will need to be sure of the space needed for the lighting fixtures. On the other hand, if you plan to have a medicine cabinet with built-in lighting, you will need to have a larger one.
The most common are the recessed Medical Cabinets. When choosing this type, be sure to look into your wall because it will depend on your wall construction or what is inside the wall and whether the space chosen is a bearing wall. Be extra careful and consider where wiring is placed in your wall as well. You might as well not to place the cabinet where there is a large vent pipe or any load bearing framing. These would be too difficult to deal with and it is better to just place the cabinet away from these challenges. But if you want your medicine cabinet to go on the wall no matter what, then simply choose to buy a non-recessed or surface-mounted medicine cabinet for effortlessness installation.
You will find Medical Cabinets accessible in both framed and frameless forms. The frameless cabinets contain more mirrored space as it spreads to the edges of the cabinet. While the framed cabinet are most likely very gorgeous and come in many wood quality such as the popular oak and cherry. They are available at a variety of colors to coordinate with your décor and black is currently very popular.
The fondness in decor is of course a personal choice. Country, Shaker, Contemporary, Art Deco and Mission are just a few of the possibilities to choose from. Other brands offering Medical Cabinets are:
• American Standard
• Century Bathworks
• Splashworks Bath Furnishings
• Strasser Woodenworks
• Urban Archaeology
• WS Bath Collections
• Water & Fire
• Whitehaus Collection
• Wood Essentials
Most medicine cabinets have easy to follow directions so be sure to remove these from the box and see what tools you will need for the installation process. You will generally need a level, stud finder, drill, drill bits, saw, drywall screws, and cabinet screws.
Also a grand feature especially in an older home is medicine cabinets with built in plug-ins. It is also ideal to have changeable shelves as you need to change your storage for maintenance from time to time.
Medicine Cabinet is also offered either doors that swing out or doors that slide, and some give the choice of having the door swing either right or left.
It is definitely wise to first do some comparison shopping after you decide what features you really desire.